About Devon HomeFinder
Devon HomeFinder provides a comprehensive service for people looking to buy, rent or invest in property in Devon – whatever the budget.
The company established by Philip Warner FRICS FNAEA in 2010, offers clients professional support and advice using more than 35 years experience and expertise in the Devon property market.
Philip has worked for both corporate and independent estate agents and auctioneers in Devon. He brings an unrivalled knowledge of the county, both in terms of its cities, towns and villages as well as the delights of its coast, countryside and moors.
He's a Fellow member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and the National Association of Estate Agents (FNAEA), both who enforce strict codes of conduct & standards.
Buying a property is not an everyday purchase - it can even be a once in a lifetime experience. Philip realised that there was a real need for an independent approach as too few buyers realise that estate agents aren't working for them at all. Their sole interest is to sell the property and Devon HomeFinder will redress that balance.
He set up the company to act exclusively for home buyers, offering expert advice on every aspect of moving in Devon and to support them through the entire process, from sourcing suitable properties and negotiating the purchase, to collecting keys on the day of the move.
Since launching Devon HomeFinder, he has helped dozens of people into their new homes, whether buying, renting of investing. Exeter HomeFinder was established in 2015 as a specialist division to help those buying in the city.
Devon HomeFinder is registered with the Property Redress Scheme. In addition they are 'Regulated by RICS' for the highest professional, technical and ethical standards, for your peace of mind and protection.
Philip says: "More and more people are seeing the value of a service like Devon HomeFinder. My mission is to find you the perfect home at the right price and make it easy for you to move to this beautiful county."
Philip Warner FRICS FNAEA